Wednesday, June 20, 2007

TECH: Youtube Going Global

Video-share site confident in face of litigation - Plans for further worldwide expansion / domination.

Guardian News Service: YouTube brushed aside accusations that it is flouting copyright law yesterday as the video-sharing website announced plans to expand beyond the US market.

The company, bought by Google for $1.65bn last year, is also planning tocapitalise on the rapid take-up of mobile phones that can access online content with a series of made-for-mobile services.

YouTube's co-founder Chad Hurley said that it was only a "lack of resources" that meant the firm was launching nine sites yesterday (JUN19)instead of 140. "Video is universal and allows people around the world to communicate and exchange ideas," he said. "YouTube will now be more accessible and interesting to a worldwide audience."

Click here to read more (The Hindu)

1 comment:

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